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Democrats cite public support, dig in on 'fiscal cliff' battle

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Buoyed by poll numbers that indicate the public will blame Republicans if the nation goes over the so-called fiscal cliff, congressional Democrats on Tuesday were comfortable to sit tight with just 26 days left to stop an avalanche of automatic tax hikes and budget cuts. Democrats are hoping the GOP will fear the wrath of voters enough to eventually go along with their plan to avert the fiscal...

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